S. Africa opposition files complaint against Gupta family

South African President Jacob Zuma answers questions at the Parliament in Cape Town on September 13, 2016A South African opposition party on Sunday filed a criminal complaint against the controversial Gupta brothers who stand accused of wielding undue influence over President Jacob Zuma. The complaint, alleging graft against the brothers who made their fortune in South Africa after emigrating from India in the early 1990s, also names one of Zuma’s sons, Duduzane, a former Gupta business partner, and Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane. “Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) opened a criminal case against the Gupta-led criminal syndicate at the Rosebank Police Station on the 16th of October,” a statement by the radical leftist party said.

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